Mr. Vegas 2: Big Money Tower Slots
Betsoft Gaming is always putting out new, innovative slots. Mr Vegas 2: Big Money Tower is another example of this. The original Mr Vegas was quite the game, and it took Betsoft a few years to figure out what the sequel should be like. Finally, we were gifted with the second installment in this series, and it didn't disappoint. There are so many reasons to love this game from the inventive 3D graphics, to the big jackpot available. This game comes with a decent hit rate, and the volatility will increase if you set high enough bets. The return to player percentage associated with this slot is 96.06% and this game is considered a high variance game. The coin betting range is decent as well. The minimum bet you can place while playing this game. is $0.30 per spin, and the maximum bet is $150 per spin. The hit frequently associated with this slot is 18.22%, making it ideal for both high rollers and your average Joe.
The theme of this game is unique. Mr Vegas himself is visible on the left side of the reel. He's a perfect caricature of the Las Vegas wise guy. The high rolling, slick talking casino goer or Las Vegas showman with the bright smile, the Nevada sun tan and slicked back, almost Elvis inspired hair. Two lovely ladies reside on the right side of the game grid, both of them are the kind of gorgeous gals you'd find near the high roller table games in a ritzy Vegas casino. The audio track compliments the cartoonish theme and the jackpot associated with this slot is 2,601x your stake. Betsoft infuses love and humor in every slot they make, and that's the case with Mr Vegas 2. This game is played on five reels and features four rows. There are 60 total pay lines, along with an abundance of bonus features.
All of the symbols located on this Vegas themed reel compliment the game's concept nicely and really flesh out the game's overall theme. Mr Vegas himself is the highest paying symbol, and he pays out 40.00 credits for a match of five. The blonde babe pays out 10.00 credits for five, and the brunette babe pays out 10.00 credits for five as well. The diamond symbol pays out 4.80 for a match of five and the poker chips pay out 3.60 credits for a full match. The dice pays out 3.60 credits for five as well. The lucky seven surprisingly only pays out 2.00 credits for a match of five, and the lowest paying symbols are the card symbols. In this game, instead of using letters to depict the low paying card symbols, they use actual playing cards. So there is a heart card, a diamond card, and an ace card,
If you trigger the Big Money Tower bonus, you have to flip a coin to land riches. There is a Bronze, Silver and Gold versions players can activate on any random spin. If you land the coin on the 'Collect prize' you'll win a generous payout. When three scatters land on the reels, it'll launch the free spins feature.
The free spins bonus comes with a Pick Bonus as well. You have to choose between two cards, and the two cards will give you three different options. You could land 10 free spins along with sticky wilds. You could also land twelve free spins with expanding wilds, or fifteen free spoils with random wilds. There's also the Stacked Mystery Symbols feature. The Stacked Mystery Symbols will replace random symbols on the reels to hopefully form better wins. This game also has a buy option where you can purchase instant free spins, however the price of the free spins is dependent upon how much you wager each spin.